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Adopted Children Love These Books

Here are some wonderful books about adoption for children:

  1. “Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born” by Jamie Lee Curtis: This heartwarming story tells the tale of a child’s adoption, emphasizing the joy and love surrounding the special day.

  2. “A Mother for Choco” by Keiko Kasza: This delightful picture book follows Choco, a bird who is searching for his mother. He encounters various animal families before finding the perfect mother who may not look like him but loves him unconditionally.

  3. The Mulberry Bird: An Adoption Story” by Anne Braff Brodzinsky: This touching book explores themes of identity and self-acceptance as a young bird struggles to find his place in a family of peacocks.

  4. “The Family Book” by Todd Parr: This colorful and inclusive book celebrates all types of families, including adoptive families. It highlights the message that love and belonging are what truly define a family.

  5. “I Wished for You: An Adoption Story” by Marianne Richmond: This book reassures adopted children that they are loved and cherished, while also acknowledging their feelings about their birth parents.

  6. “Rosie’s Family: An Adoption Story” by Lori Rosove: Through the story of Rosie, this book explores the concept of families being created through adoption and emphasizes that love is what makes a family.

  7. “We Belong Together: A Book About Adoption and Families” by Todd Parr: With colorful illustrations and simple language, this book explores the different ways families are created, including adoption, and emphasizes the love and togetherness that binds them.

  8. “The Red Thread: An Adoption Fairy Tale” by Grace Lin: Inspired by an ancient Chinese legend, this book tells the story of a mother and daughter who are connected by an invisible red thread, symbolizing the bond between adopted children and their adoptive parents.

  9. “I Love You Like Crazy Cakes” by Rose A. Lewis: This tender story recounts the journey of a mother who travels to China to adopt her daughter, expressing the immense love she feels for her child.

  10. “The Day We Met You” by Phoebe Koehler: In this sweet book, a couple recounts the day they met their adopted child, celebrating the joy and excitement that comes with adoption.

These books can help children understand and embrace their own adoption stories or learn about adoption in a sensitive and inclusive way.